ICT Curriculum

Course Modularity

The curriculum is intended to be flexible. While degrees and certifications are certainly addressed, the program is also focused on allowing modules to be customized based on the needs of local businesses (hereafter referred to as stakeholders) and the individual students.

To better understand this concept, consider the table below that overlays the tiers of the Educational Model over the different areas of ICT. Elements of the table indicate potential job profiles.

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TIER 1
  • Telecom Teachers
  • Network Planners and Managers
  • Network Engineering Specialists
  • Network Procurers
  • IT Teachers
  • IT Managers and Procurers
  • IT Infrasturcture Engineers
  • E-learning Program Designers
  • Corporate Marketing Communications
  • Web Business Strategist
  • Web Instructors
TIER 2
  • Wide Area Network Implementors
  • Local Area Network Implementors
  • Network Managers
  • Server Administrators
  • Server Implementors
  • Site Engineers
  • Application Developers
  • Web Application Development
  • Web Designers
  • E-Everything Implementors
TIER 3 Industry managers and professionals: Educators, Health Professionals, Business Professionals, etc. managing and planning the transition of their business into E-based business.
TIER 4
  • Office Managers
  • E-Office administrators
  • Telecom Diagnostician/Repair People
  • Office Managers
  • Server administrators
  • PC Diagnostician/Repair People
  • Office Workers
  • Bookeepers
  • Webmasters

The potential job profiles are not limited to the above list. Stakeholders would in fact be encouraged to customize modules to meet their specific ICT needs.

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